RNA Viruses: Biology’s Dark Matter?
A watershed study samples deep ocean RNA viruses the world over and reveals 99 percent of them have yet to be discovered.
The 7-Hour Critical-Care Genome
Going from blood sample to diagnosis in the same work shift, rapid genomic sequencing proves its worth in clinical settings.
The Salty Secrets of Extreme Longevity
Rockfish, clams, tortoises, and other underwater Methuselahs harbor adaptations that could provide clues to unlocking our own longevity.
Do Psychedelics Need Psychiatrists?
As psychedelic drugs are poised to join the mainstream, what is the role of the prescriber?
The Fusion of mRNA and Immunotherapy
Combining these two technologies can make CAR T cell therapy effective, accessible, and affordable for heart disease and cancer.
36 Biologically Inspired Gifts for the 2021 Holidays
From ephemeral tattoos to vagus nerve oil to a grape-waste backpack, these biotech-inspired gifts will be sure to delight and inspire.
6 Things to Think About When Designing Your Child
Designing your child is designing the future. Do it wisely.
The Champion for Rare Disease Cures
An entrepreneur with his own rare disease finds a way to align incentives and needs to support research on rare diseases.
Will My Dog Get Precision Medicine Before Me?
The canine health and wellness market is full of innovation, with new products for early cancer detection, genetic testing, and behavior tracking.